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We report this news to you today with a heavy heart. As announced on the official Project M website, development for the game has been finished. Project M v3.6 will be the last release of Project M. Here is the official statement from the development team.
With the Smash 4 winner being sent to Genesis 3 from Australia, the stakes at SXC2K15 were particularly high. After the dust settled @SSBGhost managed to come home victorious with a solid 1st place finish. We sat down to talk to Ghostbone about the event, future plans, and more.
Welcome to our second Super Smash Past article! One of the coolest things about Smashboards is that its posts chronicle the long and exciting history of competitive Smash. Within the heart of this site lies little wonders and insights to the history of our scene and how mindsets can change over time.

In this Super Smash Past article we take a look into the public archives, only available on Smashboards, to learn about the origins of the GENESIS tournament series in a special interview with 'The King'.
After months of waiting, the highly anticipated Melee mod by Dan Salvato is out! 20XX Tournament Edition not only includes a wide variety of features, but it can power up an entire venue with one memory card.
Welcome to SmashBoards Writer's Interviews! This is a series that will appear at least twice every month covering a writer (or someone important to making the front page the way it is). These are more casual interviewers, but edepending on the interviewer, they can be asked further questions by the users!

This week, after quite a long wait, we have SmashBoards writer DtJ Composer! Well, more-so editor. Taking the hard working role of editors before him, he's a one man team that skims over articles to get them to the quality they need to be. It's a lot on his back, but he's definitely been...
WAHAHA! There are very few things more satisfying than using a massively charged super fart to defeat an opponent in a fighting game. This is one of those things rather unique to Smash and Wario's Waft has shown time and time again in tournaments how much of a threat it can be. It would seem like such a hard move to hit with, but it turns out it has several reasonable setups. My Smash Corner shows these off in their latest tutorial video!
Many of Europe's finest alongside large amounts of out of country talent came to the battlefield known as Dreamhack Winter 2015 and it was quite the spectacle. The results were shocking as Hungrybox clutched out an emotional win. Let's take a look at the results of the event and see how much this means for the world of Melee.
Lot's of players throughout the world have shown that Pac-Man, the legend of the arcade, cinema, and more, is capable of amazing feats of flashy tech that stun those who watch. One of those Pac-Mains pushing the character to the limit is PEPESPAIN. Today he shows how to 'DITCIT' and how it can applied to make Pac-Man even more dangerous.
Welcome to the Weekend Watchlist 29! The Smashboards events system recently got a fantastic upgrade and we've combed through all of the tournaments submitted to find some of the best events being streamed this weekend to feature here. So without further ado get ready to watch and read because here is our Weekend Watchlist!
It’s been a big year for Australian smash. BAM 7 in May featured some of the best Melee players in the world and had the first female winner of a major tournament. Perth and Sydney hosted new tournament series that were both won by out of state challengers. With all that having occurred in the last 11 months what better way to round off the year’s proceedings than with what could be one of the biggest and most important tournaments in Australian smash history, Adelaide’s SXC 2K15.
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